Concerns over Government 'tsars'



Concerns have been raised about "major shortfalls" in the system of Government policy "tsars", as a study revealed that ministers have appointed more than 100 since the Coalition came to office in 2010.
An independent blueprint for a new code of practice for tsars was launched in a bid to secure higher standards in the way the independent policy advisers are appointed and do their work.
Researchers from King's College, London, found that policy tsars are an "increasingly influential" source of advice for ministers but are not subject to the same formal... read more

 
15 October 2013 in Regional East, Views: 16
Source: Belper News
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